"Lean on Me"
This paper looks at how the movie "Lean on Me" illustrates how effective human resource management practices can transform an organization.
# 121211 | 750 words | 6 sources | APA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Business (Management) , Business (Human Resources) , Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.)
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This paper uses the movie "Lean on Me" to demonstrate three principles of human resource management that enable the principal of the school to turn the student body around and lead them to a successful result on a standardized test. The three principles are an authoritarian management approach, benchmarking, and the creation of a climate and culture for success.
From the Paper:"The movie "Lean on Me" provides an excellent illustration of how effective human resource management practices can transform an organization from failure to success. In the movie, Principal Joe Clark employs three major human resource practices that carry the school from a drug-riddled chaotic hangout for dealers and bullies where teachers are ignored, to a clean, orderly, safe environment that facilitates learning, an authoritarian management approach, benchmarking and creating a climate and culture that facilitate success. Clark imposes an authoritarian management approach that is highly effective..."
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